HPER 3200 Research and Evaluation

 

Course Information

This course provides an introduction to the research process and methods most commonly used by those in education/human services professions, with an emphasis on the basics of methodological reasoning.  The course aims to develop in students the attitudes and skills necessary for reading and understanding research, as well as for becoming critical consumers of research.  Thus, the focus is not on developing skills necessary to conduct research, but instead on encouraging students (future educators) to use relevant educational/social science research (including evaluation research) to guide their educational practice.

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Last Updated: May 9, 2011